India have been ruthless since the past few years.
They have developed an ability to tear apart any opponent, anywhere in the world, be it any format of the game.
While it has been a team effort, the credit goes to skipper Virat Kohli, who has helped the team achieve this level.
In the same light, Kohli opened up on how he rates India.
Kohli credits India's young guns
Speaking to India Today, Kohli rated his team among the top two in the world, across the formats.
He hailed the young guns for their belief, resulting in a smooth transition.
"Everyone is just wanting to help one way or the other for the betterment of the Indian cricket team and in return the betterment of Indian cricket as a whole," he said.
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Kohli puts process ahead of success, numbers and results
"We obviously have the desire to win big tournaments and big series and we want to give our best effort possible. But, if you focus on things which are only based on success and numbers and results, you don't enjoy the process," said Kohli.
Kohli admits that he hates losing
Kohli further admitted that he hates losing anything and that is the quality every sportsman should possess while competing at the highest level.
"No one is fine with losing or failing. You accept it, you process it - that's different. But, the most important thing for me to do anything on the field is I don't want any maybes or what-ifs," he continued.
India under Kohli
India have been phenomenal under Kohli
Speaking of India's performance under Kohli, it has been a phenomenal ride, as the side has played 160 matches and won 107 matches, losing only 39. The team has a win-loss ratio of 2.74.
Breaking down as per formats, he has won 33 off 53 in Tests, 58 off 80 in ODIs and 16 off 27 in T20Is.
India have done a wonderful job overseas under Kohli
While most of the memorable wins under Kohli have come at home, they have also been commendable outside home, having won 63 off 96 games.
Win breakdown: Tests- 13 off 27, ODIs- 40 off 54 and T20Is- 10 off 15.
Under Kohli, India won their first and only Test series in Australia.